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Below you’ll find the latest ALCC news, including our media releases and our blog posts.
Come 1 January millions of items from our national collections enter the public domain for the first time.
The Disability and Other Measures Act passed unanimously, thanks to Cooking for Copyright.
We made a joint submission with the ADA to the Review of Copyright Regulations 1969.
The Service Providers Act passed today sees libraries and archives given the same legal protections as commercial ISPs under safe harbour.
Lots of good copyright reform could come with the Disability and Other Measures Act.
We call on the Minister for Communications to table the Disability and Other Measures Bill.
The Government has responded to the Productivity Commission’s IP Arrangements Inquiry.
Hang up your aprons – librarians and archivists successfully cooked their way to copyright reform.
We're running training in Perth on Friday 5 May.
The Disability Access and Other Measures Bill has been tabled.
The Productivity Commission has recommended a flexible fair use exception in Australia.
Upcoming training in Brisbane and Canberra.
Upcoming Libraries and Archives Copyright Training in Sydney.
ALCC copyright training heads to the Top End.
Now you can (confidently) use book cover images in catalogues.
There’s not much to celebrate for Public Domain Day in Australia this year.
Associations and institutions are welcome to apply to become members of the ALCC.
Individuals sign up for our newsletter so we can let you know about our training and advocacy activities.